I noticed there are some related topics on the forum but my situation is somewhat unique so I'll ask again.
I completed 2 years of my Bachelor's at a Top50 Worldwide University. About 40% of the credits were in CS and Math - the rest were electives and first year requirements. I could not continue in the degree because I developed Schizophrenia in the middle (hospitalized for months + long time to recover). I am still able to work but mostly in a research capacity and not writing code / doing computations. My idea was that maybe things would be easier for me if I could get into some sort of research graduate program (in tech or finance) because my cognitive abilities are better suited for research rather than for detailing with many minute details.
Now it may not sound promising but the good news is that I have good work experience both before and after I became ill. 1.5 Years working entry level at prestigious tech & finance firms. And also 4 years as an independant inventor with 2 patent families and multiple of the patents in those granted (in major countries).
Part of my idea of going back for a graduate program is that from what I gather patents are considered highly in academia (I know some Universities have a research labs where they invent and license)
I am comfortable going somewhere not highly ranked - as long as its serious.
Do you think that its possible for me to get into a Masters (or even PhD) program with this background?